Terre Haute, IN Photos

Terre Haute, IN encompasses several heritage buildings.

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Vigo County Courthouse. Terre Haute, IN.Copper clock tower dome of Vigo County Courthouse. Terre Haute, IN.Copper clock tower dome of Vigo County Courthouse. Terre Haute, IN.Terre Haute Solders & Sailors Civil War Monument by Rudolph Schwarz. Terre Haute, IN.
Vigo County Courthouse (c1888) (33 S. Third St.). Terre Haute, IN. Style: Second Empire. Architect: Samuel Hannaford.Copper clock tower dome of Vigo County Courthouse. Terre Haute, IN.Copper clock tower dome of Vigo County Courthouse. Terre Haute, IN.Terre Haute Solders & Sailors Civil War Monument (1910) by Rudolph Schwarz. Terre Haute, IN.
Artillery-man sculpture on Terre Haute Solders & Sailors Civil War Monument. Terre Haute, IN.Sailor sculpture on Terre Haute Solders & Sailors Civil War Monument. Terre Haute, IN.Viet Nam War Monument at Vigo County Courthouse. Terre Haute, IN.State Bank Building. Terre Haute, IN.
Artillery-man sculpture on Terre Haute Solders & Sailors Civil War Monument. Terre Haute, IN.Sailor sculpture on Terre Haute Solders & Sailors Civil War Monument. Terre Haute, IN.Viet Nam War Monument at Vigo County Courthouse. Terre Haute, IN.State Bank Building (c1834) (219 Ohio St.). Terre Haute, IN. Style: Greek Revival. Architect: Edwin J. Peck.
Indiana Theatre. Terre Haute, IN.Swope Art Museum. Terre Haute, IN.Hulman Building. Terre Haute, IN.Kaufman Block & Federal Building by Miller & Yeager along 7th St. Terre Haute, IN.
Indiana Theatre (c1922) (677 Ohio St.). Terre Haute, IN. Style: Spanish Baroque Revival. Architect: John Eberson.Swope Art Museum (1901) (25 S. 7th St.). Terre Haute, IN. Style: Italian Renaissance.Hulman Building (1892) (900 Wabash St.). Terre Haute, IN. Style: Romanesque Revival. Architect: Hannaford & Sons.Kaufman Block (c1864) & Federal Building (c1932) by Miller & Yeager along 7th St. Terre Haute, IN.
Wabash St. streetscape. Terre Haute, IN.Eugene V. Debs House. Terre Haute, IN.House of Eugene V. Debs union pioneer & social reformer who founded American Railway Union , cofounded American Socialist Party & ran for U.S. President 5 times. Terre Haute, IN.Vigo County History Museum in Sage-Robinson-Nagel house. Terre Haute, IN.
Wabash St. streetscape. Terre Haute, IN.Eugene V. Debs House (1890) (451 N. 8th St). Terre Haute, IN. On National Register.House of Eugene V. Debs (1855-1926) union pioneer & social reformer who founded American Railway Union (1893), cofounded American Socialist Party (1900) & ran for U.S. President 5 times. Terre Haute, IN.Vigo County History Museum in Sage-Robinson-Nagel house (1868) (1411 S. 6th St.). Terre Haute, IN.
Front door of Sage-Robinson-Nagel house. Terre Haute, IN.Cox-Hulman House. Terre Haute, IN.Cox-Hulman House. Terre Haute, IN.Stack-Britton House. Terre Haute, IN.
Front door of Sage-Robinson-Nagel house. Terre Haute, IN.Cox-Hulman House (1900) (931 S. 7th St.). Terre Haute, IN. Style: Queen Anne.Cox-Hulman House (1900) (931 S. 7th St.). Terre Haute, IN.Stack-Britton House (c1892) (904 S. 7th St.). Terre Haute, IN. Style: Queen Anne.
Miller-Caplow House with octagonal tower. Terre Haute, IN.Maier-Aten-Knapp House. Terre Haute, IN.Italianate house at Park & S. 6th St. Terre Haute, IN.Ripley-Jenks House. Terre Haute, IN.
Miller-Caplow House (c1894) (825 S. 7th St.) with octagonal tower. Terre Haute, IN. Style: Neo Jacobean.Maier-Aten-Knapp House (1897) (903 S. Center St.). Terre Haute, IN.Italianate house at Park & S. 6th St. Terre Haute, IN.Ripley-Jenks House (c1860) (625 S. 7th St.). Terre Haute, IN. Style: Italianate.
R.N. Hudson House. Terre Haute, IN.Demus Deming House. Terre Haute, IN.Demus Deming House. Terre Haute, IN.
R.N. Hudson House (1867) (507 S. 7th St.). Terre Haute, IN.Demus Deming House (now Hawthorne Building) (c1871) (405 S. 6th St.). Terre Haute, IN. Style: Italian Renaissance.Demus Deming House (now Hawthorne Building) (c1871) (405 S. 6th St.). Terre Haute, IN.

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